Animation Throwdown: A Character Showdown
So you can’t get enough of adult cartoons like Family Guy, American Dad, Futurama, King of the Hill and Bob’s Burgers? Then, ‘Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards’ is a game that you must check out right away. Developed by Fox Entertainment, this collectible card game application has gained a major fan-base since its release last month.
The game starts with you in the laboratory of Professor Farnsworth from Futurama. Suddenly your player pulls a wrong lever and creates a time paradox, which throws all the shows together into one universe. Kick off by selecting a character based on whichever show you like the best. Say you choose Peter Griffin of Family Guy, then you will automatically be launched into the world of the sitcom. Begin by building a deck of cards based on the show you have chosen and then go on to collecting decks with characters from each show.
As a user you can collect cards that are either attack or defense based. Gather cards with an array of abilities and combine them with any of the 5 cards placed on the board, to make stronger characters. By combining cards based on research, you can create new cards with unique a name and design.
There are 90 battles in all, with each game taking approximately 10 minutes to complete. If you wish to gain more heroes, you will have to attempt the multi-player mode which allows you to gain better rewards. You can also win gems, witch which you can buy more ability based cards.
Each card can be upgraded up to 3 or 4 levels, after which they can be combined with another identical card to offer double the power.
With quick battles that are blended with humour and an interesting story line, Animation Throwdown is certainly entertaining. The ability to choose between a range of characters, makes the game fun no matter what show you are a fan of. For all those who enjoy a good card game, this is an application that will surely make the time fly.
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by techtalks @TechTalks November 25, 2016 10:11 AM UTC